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Two-Dimensional Electronics: Prospects and Challenges

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Two-Dimensional Electronics: Prospects and Challenges
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN/ASIN: 3038422495
Number of pages: 266

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The present book is divided into two parts. Part I comprises four chapters which review the current state of the art in different areas of research on 2D materials and devices. Part II deals with specific important aspects of 2D materials and devices.

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